LONDON, England (CMC):British athletics authorities have confirmed the transfer of Antigua and Barbuda sprinter Miguel Francis to represent the United Kingdom.The 22-year-old, who was born in Montserrat but represented Antigua, applied for the transfer prior to the Rio Olympics and is now eligible to turn out for his new country “with immediate effect”.”British Athletics can confirm it has received confirmation from the IAAF that Miguel Francis is eligible to compete for the British Athletics team with immediate effect,” a statement from British Athletics said recently.”Francis started the process to transfer allegiance from Antigua & Barbuda in August 2016, prior to the Olympic Games in Rio, and is now eligible to compete subject to meeting the required selection criteria for a Championships team.”Track and field’s world governing body, the IAAF, announced last February it had frozen all new applications for transfers of allegiance.Francis was eligible to compete for Britain by virtue of having been born in Montserrat, a British overseas territory.A former training partner of sprint legend Usain Bolt under coach Glen Mills, Francis turned out at the 2014 Commonwealth Games and the 2015 World Championship in Beijing.Only last year, he set a new Antigua national record in the 200 metres, clocking 19.88 seconds at the Racers Grand Prix in Kingston.
European Union and Africa are to shortly commence their fourth summit aimed at developing human capital through education and training, and creation of additional incentives for investment and job opportunities.The EU-Africa Summit will begins on April 2 to 3 2014 in Brussels under the theme, “Investing in People, Prosperity and Peace,” and building on the spirit of their 2007 joint strategy, European Union and Africa will discuss as equal partners how to deepen cooperation under these three areas. The two continental groups are jointly committed to fostering human capital through education and training, creating incentives for investment, and finding ways of stimulating growth that will create jobs in particular for young people. They also work closely together for peace and security, which are prerequisites for prosperity and growth.The European Union will be represented by President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy and President of the European Commission José Manuel Barroso. The summit will bring together the Heads of State and Government of the European Union and the African continent, together with the leaders of the EU and African Union institutions. A range of high-ranking international observers will also be associated.”Both Africa and the European Union will come together to address the challenges that each of our continent faces and the ones that face the world as a whole. The theme we have chosen addresses the everyday concerns of our citizens– their safety and security, their job prospects, and their future as families and individuals. I am looking forward to a summit that will further reinforce our partnership and contribute to improve the quality of hope ofour population “, said President Van Rompuy.President Barroso ahead of the meeting said: “Fulfilling the vision set out in the Joint Africa-EU Strategy, the summit will deepen our partnership of equals and seize further cooperation opportunities by expanding political, economic, investment and trade ties. This includes the pursuit of durable and sustainable economic growth generating jobs for all our citizens”.The summit between Africa and EU is very significant to Africa especially as EU is one great partner that provides funds for development in Africa.Of recent EU promised to commit billions of Euros for development in Africa. The amount will impact various development initiatives in Africa including trade, investment, combating of drug trafficking, amongst others.While this summit goes on, Africans expect EU to come out with promises of committing funds to those areas of concern for the two-day summit in Brussels.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
…says Finance Ministry must stop dragging feetAfter decades of waiting on monies owed to them by the Government as a result of the privatisation of the Guyana Telephone Company (GTC) back in 1990 to the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GT&T), retired workers who were promised benefits are now taking the matter into their own hands and are ready to fight their war in the courtrooms.(From right) Executive member of the association, Lennox Skeete; President of GPTWU, Harold Shepherd and executive member of the Union, David WallaceThis move was signalled by the President of the Guyana Postal and Telecommunications Workers Unions (GPTWU), Harold Shepherd, during a press conference held on Tuesday at the Union’s office on East Street, Georgetown.In the presence of several retired workers, Shepherd said, “If we are forced to take this matter to court if it’s not resolved there [at the Finance Ministry], we are not only looking for the rightful pension but we will also be looking for retroactive payment on all outstanding amounts… if we have to go to court we will look at pain and suffering and all of those and the conditions that goes with all of that”.He noted that the Finance Ministry has been given until the end of this week to respond before they take the matter to the court.Asked by this publication whether the current political instability would deter them from this move, Shepherd responded in the negative. In fact, he explained that this matter is against the Government of Guyana, irrespective of which party rules. “We [are] not looking at party and politics, we are looking at a bread and butter issue. We don’t want to lose a next pensioner before they collect the rightful pension,” he explained.Executive member of the association, David Wallace pointed out the importance of these monies to the pensioners, explaining that most of these retired persons have become ill and cannot afford proper healthcare.“We are treated with scorn. Only an uncaring Government would not want to pay what is due to us. Many of us are sick and on special medication, many have died and the rest are still suffering with hope that they will be paid,” he said.The executive member added that the Government is continuing to paint a bad image of themselves to investors with this particular situation, as many may fear to invest in the country due to their fear of how they might be treated later on.Against this backdrop, the Union members have declared that the Finance Ministry must stop dragging its feet on this matter and find the monies owed to these pensioners within a two-month timeframe.When the GTC was privatised in 1990, the workers who stayed on under GTT were promised that they would be paid their benefits when they retired from the telecommunications giant – an Atlantic Tele-Network (ATN) majority-owned company – as if they were in the public service.However, those former GTC/GTT workers who retired after years of service under both companies are still trying to get their correct outstanding entitlement.Over the years, GTC/GTT pensioners received a mere $22,000 instead of a minimum of $90,000 or a maximum of $700,000 in accordance with their last salary base. According to the pensioners, although the Finance Ministry had adjusted the rates back in 2017, it was still inadequate to what they are actually entitled to.
0Shares0000Manchester United coach Jose Mourinho blamed the lack of a police escort for his side’s late arrival against Valencia © AFP / GREG BAKERLONDON, United Kingdom, Oct 19 – Manchester United have been fined a total of Sh1.7mn (£13,200) by UEFA for the late kick-off to their Champions League match against Valencia earlier this month caused by the hosts being caught in traffic.UEFA’s disciplinary arm fined United Sh581,000 (5,000 euros) for the late arrival of the team bus, and a further Sh1.2mn (10,000 euros) for the late kick-off, while United manager Jose Mourinho was also warned over the delay. United arrived at Old Trafford less than 45 minutes before kick-off on October 2 and had to ask Slovenian referee Slavko Vincic to delay the start of the game by five minutes.Mourinho blamed the delay on local police for not providing an escort for United’s team bus, but police officials said the club knew well ahead of time no such service would be provided and had time to make the adequate arrangements.“We left the hotel at six o’clock, hoping that 30 minutes would be enough, which normally it is, but this time the police refused to do an escort so we came by ourselves,” said Mourinho after the match which ended in a 0-0 draw.“We took from the Lowry Hotel, 75 minutes and UEFA were nice, the referee was nice to allow us to start the game five minutes later because we at least need half an hour to be prepared, but it was not a problem with the club organisation.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
DDTV: IN 1992 Donegal played Mayo in the All-Ireland semi-final, with some sparkling scores.Here’s a four-minute video of highlights of the game.You all know what happened next. Sam. COUNTDOWN TO CROKER VIDEO OF THE DAY – DONEGAL V MAYO 1992 SFC SEMI-FINAL was last modified: September 4th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
Donegal Sinn Féin Deputies Pearse Doherty and Pádraig Mac Lochlainn have stated that the NOWDOC, out of hours GP services in Donegal must be maintained.They were speaking after speaking to Donegal’s senior HSE managers, they said.They described any suggestion of the erosion of the existing services as “a red line issue” for the people of Donegal. In a joint statement, they said: “HSE managers John Hayes and Kieran Doherty have outlined their proposals to remove the NOWDOC receptionists based in Carndonagh, Gweedore,and Mountcharles from Monday to Thursday and redeploy them to other HSE work in Ballybofey.“The unions have opposed this and the issue is now before the Labour Relations Court.“If this proposal goes ahead, then the NOWDOC treatment centre in those three locations outside of Letterkenny will have to close when the doctor and driver on duty are called out. This is an erosion of the existing service and will clearly cause inconvenience to patients across rural Donegal.”They continued: “However, we also understand that the HSE management are considering further proposals to shut down the NOWDOC treatment centres outside of Letterkenny. “We have made it absolutely clear to the HSE managers that this is a red line issue for the people of Donegal. We will not accept people from very rural areas of Donegal having to travel long distances to Letterkenny or wait on a doctor call out from Letterkenny in the event of a medical emergency.“We are now publicly calling on HSE management to make it absolutely clear that the NOWDOC out of hours GP bases at Carndonagh, Gaoth Dobhair and Mountcharles will not be closed. The people of Donegal have accepted the compromise that was NOWDOC in order to take pressure of local GPs. We will not accept any further erosion of our essential health services.”SINN FEIN TDs CONSULT HSE OVER NOWDOC CUTS was last modified: October 23rd, 2011 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Deputy Pearse DohertyDONEGAL Deputy Padraig MacLochlainnSINN FEIN TDs CONSULT HSE OVER NOWDOC CUTS
BY PATSY McGONAGLE: Indoor athletics at Athlone and Magherafelt, Road race 5k in Lifford,a Parkrun 5k in Belfast, Scottish Universities indoor, Club President Patsy Mc Ginley celebrates his 80th birthday, routine training sessions and in that manner another week closes for Finn Valley ac members.Ahead this week National senior champs in Athlone and Race 1 in the Spring 5k Series 11 am Sunday morning . It will be interesting to note if we can attract 500 starters on the day . Spot prizes based on race number and a special T shirt if you participate in 3 of the 4 events . Entry per email@example.com preferred or on the day .National Masters and its Saturday in Athlone I T Shauna Carlin simply rolls on from where she was at in 2012 wins high ,shot ,60m and long jump is slightly peeved with her long but the former national senior champion is in great form . Sinead Mc Laughlin like Shauna a 6m long jumper in a thrilling career is meanwhile winning the long and high in her age category . To add to the list Catherine Mc Guinness recently on board with the club takes silver in the shot and just 6 days after a gutsy run in x country in Derry Catriona Devine is back on track becoming more competitive week by week and checks in for bronze in 3k . Well done all . In the junior /u-23 nationals Sunday John Kelly still a youth takes the junior title 15.81 with 6kg weight and is encouraged having had a frustrating day in an unsuitable circle for rotational throwing in Magherafelt Saturday.Cieran Dolan medals under 23 in long 6.86m and is calmly establishing himself once again as is Mark Hoye 2nd in the 800m 1.56 then discovers he has had a broken metatarsel for months . Good day at the office for these enthusiastic athletes.Lifford completed their 5k Series Sunday morning with numerous members supporting same Gerard Gallagher 2, and Dean Toland 3 ,to the fore with many colllecting category awards . While Saturday Teresa Mc Gloin returned after a month of sickness to set a new record in the Parkrun in Belfast 17.38 her time . Over in Scotland Paul Leck was winning a scottish universities indoor title .Loads of young athletes accompanied by coachs and family members headed over Glenshane bound for Magherafelt early Saturday . Full results are attached suffice to relate 37 medalled and thus Q for nationals next month . Credit to absolutely everyone ,those who medalled and certainly add those that endeavoured to do so its really a team game on days like this .Medals of a gold variety for Lauren Callaghan who led a club 1 2 3 4 in long ,Michaela Byrne again leading a 123 in high,Daniella Jansen 600m her Mum dipped under 29 mins in Lifford the following day ,Alex Mc Geehin high indeeed big bro Jack cleared 1-60m for silver in age division a family affair this jumping .Jordan Byrne, walk;Oisin Mc Elhinney ,Long;Aine Kerr ,long;Jade Leeper,shot;James Kelly and John Kelly suffice to say James is hitting serious distance and John has a plan and is on course. AAron Mc Glynn 800m having done a mile and a 5k with his school Ballinamore less than 24hrs earlier.Sommer Lecky high and long and heres another exciting young lady;Blaithnaid Patton triple jump and calmly tells me when i suggest she can hit 11m replies thats the plan ;Her friend Simone Crawford in the high ;Jack Gillespie with secs to spare in the 600m . Relay gold under 12 girls and under 13 boys and indeed a survey of results would suggest that a few more winning performances are within the capability of other squad members . The exciting prospect now the trip to the brand new indoor facility at A I T . Just a final note an anniversary mass will be celebrated for Shane Bonner Friday evening in Convoy Chapel. Needless to say we miss him and join with his family to once again remember him at this time.Event 1. 1996 (U18) Boys 400m Event 2. 1996 (U18) Girls 400mPosNoNameClubTimePosNoNameClubTime1393Martin McGeadyCity of Derry AC Spartans53.381389Anna LawtherBallymena & Antrim AC63.522391Ryan McIlroyBallymena & Antrim AC55.682378Emma McAllisterLagan Valley AC67.073394Dominic MartinCity of Lisburn AC57.033388Rachel MillarLagan Valley AC68.154374Jack BehanTir Chonail59.55Event 3. 1995 (U19) Boys 400mEvent 4. 1995 (U19) Girls 400mPosNoNameClubTimePosNoNameClubTime1395Alan CurtisBallymena and Antrim53.361385Jenny O’BrienCity of Derry AC Spartans60.672396Andrew BolsterCity of Derry AC Spartans55.012398Tamara BoyleCity of Derry AC Spartans61.103382Conor McCafferyGlaslough Harriers56.403400Edel KieranShercock AC63.794399Olivia WebbOlympian Athletics Club68.95Event 5. 2002 (U12) Boys 600mEvent 6. 2002 (U12) Girls 600mPosNoNameClubTimePosNoNameClubTime1406Conor BlackCranford AC1.50.481438Daniella JansenFinn Valley AC1.59.862423Aidan McCluskeyMid Ulster AC1.53.952434 Rebecca WallaceCity of Lisburn AC2.01.353407Stephen BlackCranford AC1.54.013432Anna HillCity of Lisburn AC2.05.494412John ReidFinn Valley AC1.55.654428Mary Kate GannonAnnalee AC2.07.745408Dylan DorrianCranford AC1.57.235436Bethany NixonDromore AC2.10.126410Johnny McGroddyCranford AC1.58.116443Emma GlynnShercock AC2.15.237426Eoghan GormleySpringwell Running Club2.02.987429Blathnaid O’ReillyAnnalee AC2.15.518405Joshua RitchieCity of Lisburn AC2.04.308430Erin McMahonBallymena & Antrim AC2.15.869403Conor GalliganAnnalee AC2.05.839442Mya ConnollyMonaghan Phoenix A.C.2.19.9610417Oisin FarrenLetterkenny AC2.06.8110433Aoife O SullivanCarrick Aces AC2.21.1311427Dara O’CallaghanUnattached2.07.5511431Nicole FowlerCarrick Aces AC2.28.1512421Kieran TobinLetterkenny AC2.08.3512446Natasha SimmonsSpringwell Running Club2.29.0813404Conal RuddyAnnalee AC2.10.0413441Olivia CuskellyLifford Athletic Club2.30.3914414Liam McKennaGlaslough Harriers2.11.2214439Anna BoyleLetterkenny AC2.30.7715411Diarmaid Mc HughFinn Valley AC2.11.5015440Coilin HumeLetterkenny AC2.36.2516418Liam HanniganLetterkenny AC2.14.8717425Aidan McColeRosses A.C.2.20.75Event 7. 2001 (U13) Boys 600mEvent 8. 2001 (U13) Girls 600mPosNoNameClubTimePosNoNameClubTime1456Jack GillespieFinn Valley AC1.47.881505Aine CorcoranShercock AC1.50.902453Sean McIntyreCity of Derry AC Spartans1.51.612475Amie BradleyCity of Lisburn AC1.56.253451Ethan O GormanCarrick Aces AC1.53.403482Amy Boyle – CarrFinn Valley AC1.57.094457Adam Mc CruddenFinn Valley AC1.53.694474Mary Cait ByrneCity of Derry AC Spartans1.57.595458Shane Mc MonagleFinn Valley AC1.56.525481Amy GriffinEnniskillen RC2.03.316466Lorcan O’RourkeMonaghan Phoenix A.C.1.57.696483Lauren Mc DaidFinn Valley AC2.03.767454Kyle O’ReillyCity of Derry AC Spartans1.58.627484Aoife Mc GrathFinn Valley AC2.03.808464Niall QuinnLifford Athletic Club2.00.198510Katie WillsWillowfield Harriers2.04.289461Ronan FrainLetterkenny AC2.00.399489Aisling McAnespieGlaslough Harriers2.04.8110468Shea Mc LaughlinOlympian Athletics Club2.01.6710509Anna ScottWillowfield Harriers2.04.9011471Matthew KieranShercock AC2.06.1811497Aine McElwainMonaghan Phoenix A.C.2.05.3712450Eamon DuffyCarrick Aces AC2.11.0212508Jessica ScottWillowfield Harriers2.05.7213463Oran BrowneLifford Athletic Club2.14.1313476Alex McCreaCity of Lisburn AC2.07.8314465Rory O DonnellMilford AC2.14.8214492Karen GallagherLetterkenny AC2.08.3615460Ryan SmithINNYVALE AC2.19.4215480Aoife FarrellEnniskillen RC2.08.9416789Ciaran NicholasRosses A.C.2.32.9916498Caoimhe O’HanlonMonaghan Phoenix A.C.2.09.8317459Jack MurphyGlaslough Harriers2.34.8017495Caoimhe CuddenMonaghan Phoenix A.C.2.11.7818469Daire DillonOriel A.C.2.39.2918487Edel HollandGlaslough Harriers2.12.67DQ767Jay DohertyRosses A.C.2.14.1219494Niamh HumeLetterkenny AC2.13.9320490Mary Ann McBreenINNYVALE AC2.14.2421477Laura DugeraCranford AC2.14.2522472Cliodhna SheridanAnnalee AC2.15.8423473Kate WilsonAnnalee AC2.17.3024491Eimear DevenneyLetterkenny AC2.17.3725478Rionach GilesCranford AC2.20.6926493Natasha HamiltonLetterkenny AC2.23.9327503Nikea McGovernRosses A.C.2.24.6428496Lauren HughesMonaghan Phoenix A.C.2.32.3829488Orla HughesGlaslough Harriers2.32.4430504Darcy BurnsShercock AC2.42.3331486Hannah FinnGlaslough Harriers2.46.0132502Mia DohertyRosses A.C.2.48.68Event 9. 1998 (U16) Boys 800mEvent 10. 1998 (U16) Girls 800mPosNoNameClubTimePosNoNameClubTime1311Paul PeppardMonaghan Phoenix A.C.2.15.801616Aife McSheffreySpringwell Running Club2.25.262607Jack O’NeillOmagh Harriers2.18.472612Rebekah NixonDromore AC2.32.153601Adam LynchFinn Valley AC2.21.603611Suzannah BrownBallymena & Antrim AC2.33.944608Diarmuid McCorry2.21.824614Celine NallyMonaghan Phoenix A.C.2.37.495610Patrick Oneill2.23.625613Ellen ErskineEast Down AC2.38.166605Oisin ToalLetterkenny AC2.25.246615Sarah DohertyRosses A.C.2.45.507318Alexander WilliamsSpringwell Running Club2.42.737319Hannah McHughAnnalee AC3.04.20Event 11. 1995/1996/1997 (U17/U18/U19) Boys 800mEvent 12. 1997/98 (U17&18) Girls 800mPosNoNameClubTimePosNoNameClubTime1630Shane McGowanCity of Derry AC Spartans2.04.72U181624Aoife LavertyCity of Derry AC Spartans2.23.312397Christopher MurrayCranford AC2.07.13U192623Clodagh O’ReillyAnnalee AC2.24.253392Conor BreslinCity of Derry AC Spartans2.07.83U183389Anna LawtherBallymena & Antrim AC2.31.564632Conor MorrisonLetterkenny AC2.09.09U184636Emma LusbySpringwell Running Club2.35.085633Dominic O GallachoirSliabh Liag A.C.2.10.91U185625Amy Mc NultyFinn Valley AC2.58.586629Diarmaid DohertyCity of Derry AC Spartans2.15.23U186635Shauna KellyLifford Athletic Club2.59.857619Roland SurlisAnnalee AC2.17.29U177627Niamh Mc GroaryTir Chonail3.34.178620Sean HusbandMonaghan Phoenix A.C.2.21.60U179350Evan CuddenMonaghan Phoenix A.C.2.30.02U17Event 14. 2000 (U14) Boys 800mEvent 15. 2000 (U14) Girls 800mPosNoNameClubTimePosNoNameClubTime1519Aaron Mc GlynnFinn Valley AC2.23.701537Rachel BrownBallymena & Antrim AC2.32.922533Desire BamisileWillowfield Harriers2.28.982550Laura CrossanLetterkenny AC2.38.773921Sean TerekCity of Lisburn AC2.33.533538Emma HutchinsonBallymena & Antrim AC2.39.884524Charlie McElwaineLifford Athletic Club2.35.284539Clodagh LavertyCity of Derry AC Spartans2.40.945512Ciaran O’ReillyAnnalee AC2.37.105544Lucia WarnockEnniskillen RC2.42.226521Ben CarrLetterkenny AC2.45.376915Claire YoungAnnalee2.48.717515Tiernan Mc CourtCarrick Aces AC2.47.597546Nikita Mc DevittFinn Valley AC2.49.498532Kyle MagwoodUpper Bann AC2.47.638555Tara BreenNewry AC2.55.539527Sean ConwayMonaghan Phoenix A.C.3.10.409540Anna StanfieldCity of Lisburn AC2.57.3410545Sinead BrowneFinn Valley AC2.58.0711559Mollie SpenceSpringwell Running Club3.01.1912549Helen McNallyGlaslough Harriers3.02.6713552Rebecca McKeownMid Ulster AC3.02.98149123.05.6115548Maeve McKennaGlaslough Harriers3.06.3316551Rachel TinneyLetterkenny AC3.08.7517554Kirsten SpainMonaghan Phoenix A.C.3.11.6818536Claire YoungAnnalee AC3.15.20Event 16. 1999 (U15) Boys 800mEvent 17. 1999 (U15) Girls 800mPosNoNameClubTimePosNoNameClubTime1561Jake HarbinsonBallymena & Antrim AC2.20.111594Niamh MaloneMonaghan Phoenix A.C.2.26.32579Luke SmithShercock AC2.21.512582Rebekah DouglasCity of Lisburn AC2.27.43566Denver KellyFinn Valley AC2.22.983589Arlene CrossanLetterkenny AC2.29.84572Michael McGroaryLetterkenny AC2.24.804587Aoibhinn Mc HughFinn Valley AC2.33.05575Ultan O’RourkeMonaghan Phoenix A.C.2.28.195580Lauren StrangeBallymena & Antrim AC2.39.56576Mathew HarbinsonOrchard County AC2.29.576586Jane McCutcheonEnniskillen RC2.40.17574Conor McCluskeyMid Ulster AC2.34.267581Amanda MurphyCarrick Aces AC2.45.68568Calvin O’BrienFinn Valley AC2.36.568597Saskia BoyleRosses A.C.2.47.29564Fintan StewartCity of Derry AC Spartans2.42.039593Amy O DonnellMilford AC2.48.810578Darragh DruryShercock AC2.18.4210596Katie O’HareNewry AC2.48.911565Eoin KellyCranford AC2.30.9011600Muireann KearneySt. Anne’s Belfast2.50.412573Alan McGinleyLifford Athletic Club2.36.2012588Laura-Lee PenroseFinn Valley AC2.57.513569Joseph DohertyLetterkenny AC2.38.1013598Rebecca GreeneRosses A.C.2.58.814562Caelim KennedyCity of Derry AC Spartans2.38.7814591Megan SkinnaderLetterkenny AC3.03.815567Charles Mc DaidFinn Valley AC2.39.7215592Edel SmithLetterkenny AC3.20.916571Ryan HilfertyLetterkenny AC2.40.0816584Ciara MurrayCranford AC3.23.2Event 19. 1998 (U16) Girls 200m Heat 1 of 5Event 19. 1998 (U16) Girls 200m Heat 2 of 5PosNoNameClubTimePosNoNameClubTime1335Caoimhe ByrneSliabh Liag A.C.29.011336Niamh GaviganSliabh Liag A.C.28.422340Lauren Brooker29.622326Gemma MullanCity of Derry AC Spartans29.973325Lucy AppletonCity of Derry AC Spartans29.723320Caoimhe O’ReillyAnnalee AC32.674330Sorcha DolanFinn Valley AC30.57Event 19. 1998 (U16) Girls 200m Heat 3 of 5PosNoNameClubTimeEvent 19. 1998 (U16) Girls 200m Heat 4 of 51321Aine BradyAthletics Ireland27.56PosNoNameClubTime2327Sophie HigginsonCity of Lisburn AC29.22Q1328Jessica McMasterCity of Lisburn AC28.043332Hanna WarwickMid Ulster AC30.672323Sasha LawtherBallymena & Antrim AC28.194337Debbie KennedySliabh Liag A.C.30.823338Leah GilfillanSpringwell Running Club29.684333Ieva PaulikaityteMonaghan Phoenix A.C.29.85Event 19. 1998 (U16) Girls 200m Heat 5 of 5PosNoNameClubTime1324Lydia MillsBallymena & Antrim AC27.722339Blanaid KearneySt. Anne’s Belfast30.27Q3334Sarah McEnaneyShercock AC30.354329Aine GreenCranford AC37.03Event 18. 1998 (U16) Boys 200m Heat 1 of 4PosNoNameClubTimeEvent 18. 1998 (U16) Boys 200m Heat 2 of 41301Johnny DicksonBallymena & Antrim AC26.03PosNoNameClubTime2309Darragh ToalLetterkenny AC26.441314Rory CassidyShercock AC25.323305Shane ThompsonFinn Valley AC27.302302Joseph KillenCity of Derry AC Spartans25.544318Alexander WilliamsSpringwell Running Club28.273310Nathan MulliganMonaghan Phoenix A.C.27.305313Samuel DoyleOriel A.C.30.67DQ306Dylan AugheyGlaslough Harriers28.88Event 18. 1998 (U16) Boys 200m Heat 3 of 4PosNoNameClubTimeEvent 18. 1998 (U16) Boys 200m Heat 4 of 41303Stephen McGaheyCity of Derry AC Spartans25.56PosNoNameClubTime2307Steven CorriganGlaslough Harriers26.12Q1304Ciaran BarnesCity of Lisburn AC24.913315Jack KellyShercock AC27.052308Shane IrwinLetterkenny AC25.794311Paul PeppardMonaghan Phoenix A.C.27.843316Shane McCullaghShercock AC26.024312James ClarkeOlympian Athletics Club26.571997 (U17) Boys 200m Heat 1 of 4PosNoNameClubTime1997 (U17) Boys 200m Heat 2 of 41345Greg MacAuleyBallymena & Antrim AC25.12PosNoNameClubTime2341John NultyAnnalee AC25.50Q1342Paul SextonAnnalee AC24.683349Michael SurmanCity of Derry AC Spartans25.682355Lee NewellShimna College24.834354Isael AkinroyeShercock AC25.723358Gareth Thompson25.134346Ben DalyBanbridge AC25.135352Adam CooperOmagh Harriers25.411997 (U17) Boys 200m Heat 3 of 4PosNoNameClubTime1997 (U17) Boys 200m Heat 4 of 41343Owen AgnewBallymena & Antrim AC26.41PosNoNameClubTime2356Mark FrielSt Colman’s College26.761353Glenn CairnsOrchard County AC24.383347Ruairi IrvineCity of Derry AC Spartans27.742344David HamiltonBallymena & Antrim AC26.074351Michael GissaneMonaghan Phoenix A.C.29.313357Christopher O’LoughlinTir Chonail26.894348Jack O’BrienCity of Derry AC Spartans27.785350Evan CuddenMonaghan Phoenix A.C.30.251996 (U18) Girls 200m FinalPosNoNameClubTime1996 (U18) Boys 200m Final1367Christina Logue26.92PosNoNameClubTime2359Ciara ArmstrongCity of Derry AC Spartans27.041369Jack Mc CloskeyCity of Derry AC Spartans23.183376Megan DevineCity of Derry AC Spartans27.232368Ben McKeownBallymena & Antrim AC23.974378Emma McAllisterLagan Valley AC29.423370Matthew ToalLagan Valley AC25.565379Jessica McGurkMid Ulster AC30.454373Killian FarrellyShercock AC25.976380Breffni McEnteeShercock AC40.225374Jack BehanTir Chonail26.206375Kevin Mc Ginley27.957371David KeenanMid Ulster AC30.281995 (U19) Girls 200m FinalPosNoNameClubTime1995 (U19) Boys 200m Final1384Heather CarsonBallymena & Antrim AC26.64PosNoNameClubTime2385Jenny O’BrienCity of Derry AC Spartans27.261382Conor McCafferyGlaslough Harriers25.703387Emma WillisUpper Bann AC27.632383Sammy RosboroughMid Ulster AC26.604386Clare RobinsonRegent House28.641997 (U17) Girls 200m FinalPosNoNameClubTime1500m Walk Finals1361Roseanna McGuckianCity of Lisburn AC26.05AgeNoNameClubTime2366Eva McMullinTir Chonail28.69U15678Maeve RaffertyLetterkenny AC5.40.83362Hollie DuddyLetterkenny AC30.10U15679Pamela ConnollyMonaghan Phoenix A.C.5.57.34363Ciara McAuleyMid Ulster AC31.50U15675Niamh MurphyFinn Valley AC6.05.55364Dervla FowlerMonaghan Phoenix A.C.34.55U15676Caitlin GallagherLetterkenny AC6.46.1U14674Naoise McDermottShercock AC6.49.1U15677Abbie McGettiganLetterkenny AC6.54.9U14671Cilona Wilson – Mc GlynnFinn Valley AC7.06.9U14673Alexandra McKennaMonaghan Phoenix A.C.7.30.2U14672Aimee BrennanGlaslough Harriers8.19.1U14670Colin PeppardMonaghan Phoenix A.C.8.34.91998 (U16) Girls 1500mPosNoNameClubTime1998 (U16) Boys 1500m1644Amy HamillGlaslough Harriers5.06.54PosNoNameClubTime2612Rebekah NixonDromore AC5.16.211641Amando BamisileWillowfield Harriers4.41.153643Leanne KellyFinn Valley AC5.40.602606Connor McQuillanNorth Belfast Harriers4.45.014320Caoimhe O’ReillyAnnalee AC6.16.443638Padhraic PattonFinn Valley AC4.51.925646Danielle RichardsonOrchard County ACDNF4610Patrick Oneill4.54.685639James McKennaGlaslough Harriers5.17.531997/96/95 (U17&18&19) Girls 1500mPosNoNameClubTime1995/1996/1997 (U17/U18/U19) Boys 1500m Final1623Clodagh O’ReillyAnnalee AC4.50.81U17PosNoNameClubTime2669Amy JacksonCity of Derry AC Spartans4.52.88U191632Conor MorrisonLetterkenny AC4.27.663624Aoife LavertyCity of Derry AC Spartans5.10.08U172649Oisin GallenFinn Valley AC4.28.084668Emma WilsonBallymena & Antrim AC5.15.05U193648Matthew DohertyCity of Derry AC Spartans4.34.605660Karen GallagherLifford Athletic Club5.19.84U174662Conor CrillyBallymena & Antrim AC4.34.996665Gillian MarleyMilford AC5.31.15U185647Aodhagan WattersAthletics Ireland4.39.597636Emma LusbySpringwell Running Club5.35.91U186663Michael MelarkeyCity of Derry AC Spartans4.41.458657Denise Mc LaughlinFinn Valley AC5.41.44U177659Enya McBrideLetterkenny AC4.52.259656Eimear KellyFinn Valley AC5.56.82U178664Padraig DonaghShercock AC4.57.5010916Shania SmithLifford Athletic Club6.43.78U179620Sean HusbandMonaghan Phoenix A.C.5.05.8910650Ryan DrayneGlaslough Harriers5.36.871998 (U16) Girls 200m FinalPosNoNameClubTime1998 (U16) Boys 200m Final1324Lydia MillsBallymena & Antrim AC27.15PosNoNameClubTime2321Aine BradyAthletics Ireland27.831304Ciaran BarnesCity of Lisburn AC24.723328Jessica McMasterCity of Lisburn AC27.912302Joseph KillenCity of Derry AC Spartans25.254336Niamh GaviganSliabh Liag A.C.28.763303Stephen McGaheyCity of Derry AC Spartans25.405323Sasha LawtherBallymena & Antrim AC29.024314Rory CassidyShercock AC25.505308Shane IrwinLetterkenny AC25.781500M Walks FinalsPosNoNameClubTime1997 (U17) Boys 200m Final1681Lisa BradleyCity of Derry AC Spartans9.15.63U16PosNoNameClubTime2682Ciara DonoghueLetterkenny AC9.26.68U161353Glenn CairnsOrchard County AC23.763351Michael GissaneMonaghan Phoenix A.C.9.41.59U172355Lee NewellShimna College24.304680Jordan ByrneFinn Valley AC10.48.42U163342Paul SextonAnnalee AC24.485683Enya RedicanLetterkenny AC10.56.08U174358Gareth Thompson24.495345Greg MacAuleyBallymena & Antrim AC32.182002 (U12) Girls 4x100m RelayPosNoNameClubTime2002 (U12) Boys 4x100m Relay11010Finn Valley AC59.39PosNoNameClubTime21007Annalee AC63.5611003Cranford AC61.2931013Tir Chonail69.7621005Letterkenny Ac Boys U12 Relay62.6631004Finn Valley AC63.3741001Annalee AC64.8151002Carrick Aces AC68.412001 (U13) Girls 4x100m RelayPosNoNameClubTime2001 (U13) Boys 4x100m Relay11027Shercock AC57.89PosNoNameClubTime21081City of Lisburn58.6611015Finn Valley AC57.7631023Finn Valley AC58.8321020Shercock AC58.7641025Letterkenny Ac Girls U1362.0931017Letterkenny Ac Boys U13 Relay59.5451024Glaslough Harriers63.6841019Rosses A.C.65.3361022Annalee AC64.2551021Tir Chonail67.7071026Monaghan Phoenix A.C.65.9261014Carrick Aces AC67.7481028Tir Chonail68.052000 (U14) Girls 4x200m RelayPosNoNameClubTime2000 (U14) Boys 4x200m Relay11037Ballymena & Antrim AC2.05.04PosNoNameClubTime21038Finn Valley AC2.06.1411033Lifford Athletic Club2.02.0331040Letterkenny Ac U14 Girls2.08.2121084City of Lisburn2.02.7341083City of Lisburn2.09.8731034Monaghan Phoenix A.C.2.09.8351036Annalee AC2.15.3641031Finn Valley AC2.11.4361042Rosses A.C.2.16.0851030Carrick Aces AC2.12.3171041Monaghan Phoenix A.C.2.27.6181039Glaslough Harriers2.30.311998 (U16) Girls 4x200m RelayPosNoNameClubTime1999 (U15) Boys 4x200m Relay11087City of Lisburn1.55.88PosNoNameClubTime21056Ballymena & Antrim AC1.57.2311086City of Lisburn1.50.4731057Finn Valley AC1.57.5621047Shercock AC1.50.9741059Monaghan Phoenix A.C.1.57.8331043Ballymena & Antrim AC1.57.945Lagan Valley1.58.4441044Finn Valley AC1.57.9861060Sliabh Liag A.C.1.58.9351045Lifford Athletic Club1.59.1871058Letterkenny AC2.07.7781055Annalee AC2.07.921997 (U17) Girls 4x200m FinalPosNoNameClubTime11088City of Lisburn1.55.4421067Shercock AC1.59.9531065Letterkenny Ac U17 Girls2.02.8141066Lifford Athletic Club2.05.03ATHLETICS: PATSY McGONAGLE’S FINN VALLEY AC NEWS was last modified: February 11th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
MOVILLE’S Minor Ladies did Donegal proud in their Ulster final showdown in Belfast today.The Foylesiders were involved in a superb clash with Sean O’Neill’s from Armagh in the provincial final stage by St Paul’s GAA club in Belfast.It was a fast and furious start with both sides hitting goals, but it was Moville who led at half time 2-12 to 3-06. And they added to that three point advantage to go 5-12 to 4-07 within ten minutes of the re-start.The Armagh club however came storming back, and reduced the deficit to 5-13 to 5-09 with five minutes to go.O’Neills closed in on their Donegal opponents with some ruthless finishing, adding another goal and four points without reply into injury time.The final score was 6-13 to 5-13, a goal was the difference. It will be hard to take for the Moville girls but they can come back to Donegal tonight with their heads high after a stunning display and giving a great display on behalf of Ladies Football in Donegal. HEARTACHE AS MOVILLE MINORS LOSE ULSTER FINAL IN DYING SECONDS was last modified: December 7th, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:HEARTACHE AS MOVILLE MINORS LOSE ULSTER FINAL IN DYING SECONDS
KICK-OFF in the much-anticipated clash between Finn Harps and Derry City this Sunday in Letterkenny has been confirmed for 4.30pm.The game is at Coláiste Ailigh in the town – and is part of a double-header of top sporting events to celebrate the official opening of the new pitch at the school.Rory Gallagher will bring his Donegal team to the same venue on the weekend of December 5 or 6 to play another Ulster county (possibly Derry). The €10 tickets on sale now cover entry to BOTH games.So it’s great value – and all proceeds go to the Irish language secondary school.All those who buy tickets also go into a draw to win top prizes including TVs and a top of the range bicycle.There are a limited number of tickets still available and they can be purchased by calling the school on 07491 25943. FINN HARPS TAKE ON DERRY CITY AT COLÁISTE AILIGH LETTERKENNY THIS SUNDAY was last modified: September 30th, 2015 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Colaiste AilighDerryderry cityDonegal GAAfinn harpsfundraiserletterkenny
Tags: Allan SsewanyanaFifaFUFAJustus MugishaMinistry of Education and SportsMoses MagogotopWorld Cup 2014 Ssewanyana filled the petition against Magogo in 2017. (PHOTO/Courtesy)MAKINDYE – Makindye East Member of Parliament Allan Ssewanyana has expressed his dissatisfaction on how the Government of Uganda has handled the corruption case involving Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) president Moses Magogo.On Saturday, September 28th, Magogo came out and announced that he will be stepping aside to allow FIFA to investigate his case concerning the illegal sale of 177 FIFA World Cup 2014 tickets that were allocated to Uganda.In his speech during the annual FUFA General Assembly in Adjumani, Magogo claimed that he will be away from office for two months so as to allow FIFA conclude its investigations.Ssewanyana who filed the petition on 30th May 2017 to the FIFA Ethics and Integrity Committee, noted in a press briefing held at his offices in Makindye on Monday that he wants to know where the government of Uganda is regarding their investigates because he also lodged the matter to them..“I thank FIFA for closely following up with interest my petition implicating Magogo as having acted in breach of FIFA statutes, disciplinary code and articles 13, 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22 of the FIFA code of ethics that I sent,” said Ssewanyana on Monday.“However, allow me extend my dissatisfaction to the various organs of government that have failed to pick kin interest in this matter as an agent matter of national interest. The bodies – Ministry of Education and Sports & Criminal prosecutors – should update us about which stage are their investigations.“Government’s objective is to fight corruption, but they have taken years without giving us a response. This is not my personal case, and it’s not political.”Ssewanyana also added that it is a shame that pressure has come from FIFA while Uganda government is busy looking on.“Madam Janat Museveni, your Ministry should be the first body to fight for the integrity of sports in the country.“How will Ugandans be sure that money given out is received by the good hands if you can’t handle the petition to the dot?”It should be noted that for every FIFA World Cup tournament, a particular number of tickets is allocated to each federation prior to the championship.In Uganda’s case 177 tickets were allocated but none, according to Ssewanyana were sold to Ugandans.Magogo is alleged to have sold the tickets that were allocated to Uganda before the 2014 World Cup.Currently, FUFA vice president Justus Mugisha is the acting president of FUFA after Magogo stepped aside.Comments